SALEUCAMI TROOPER

Saleucami Trooper

Source: Revenge of the Sith
Year: 2008
Retail: $7.99
Assortment: Basic Figures
Series: 3 | "9.5"
Number: BD-20 | BD25
Assortment Number: 89602/87535
UPC Numbers: 6 56569 37233 2 (2008)
6 56569 41450 6 (2009)
Weapons and Accessories:

  • DC-15 Blaster
  • Shoulder Pauldron/Harness
    Droid Factory Piece:
  • 5D6-RA7 Left Leg
    - OR -
  • MB-RA7's Right Leg
    - OR -
  • R3-M3's Head & Middle Leg

  • Comments: During the final days of the Clone Wars, Stass Allie leads clone troopers on the desert world of Saleucami. While patrolling on a speeder bike, Allie is struck down by clone troopers who receive Order 66, which directs them to treat all Jedi as a threat to the Republic.








    Points of Interest:
  • Saleucami Trooper is a "clean armor" version of the figure from 2007's TAC Treachery on Saleucami battle pack. This time around, the armor does not have any 'carbon scoring' marks.
  • This figure contains an extra "Droid Factory" piece to Build-A-Droid. This figure includes 5D6-RA7's left leg.
  • This figure has also been found in TLC wave 4, with the right leg of MB-RA-7.
  • This figure has also been found in LC wave 9.5, with the head & middle leg of R3-M3.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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